New European Order: Angela Merkel pledges to shape EU future in GERMANY’S image

Angela Merkel

German Chancellor Angela Merkel said she will use close cooperation with Emmanuel Macron [GETTY]

 

ANGELA Merkel has refused to give up on her ambitious plans for the European Union and has pledged to push forward her relaunch plans.

German Chancellor Angela Merkel said she will use close cooperation with Emmanuel Macron to restart the European Union and shape the continent’s future.

Mrs Merkel doubled down in her commitment to the European project in remarks to voters on the campaign trail. Continue reading

German EU architect says Britain set to become ‘an irrelevance’ and reform ‘a pipe dream’

You have not anchored Germany to Europe,… You have anchored Europe to a newly dominant, unified Germany. In the end, my friends, you’ll find it will not work.

– Margaret Thatcher

How right she was.

If readers have any doubts that Germany’s back, you can read up on the tracked ascension of the Fourth Reich and judge for yourself.

 

DAVID CAMERON’s hope of reforming the European Union is a case of “wishful thinking” and quitting the EU will mean Britain becomes an irrelevance, a German political grandee said today.

The Prime Minister has just returned from a whistle-stop tour of EU member states in order to drum up support for his plans to win back powers from Brussels.

On his trip, the Conservative leader received a welcome boost from German Chancellor Angela Merkel, who expressed a “desire” to play a constructive role in working with Britain. Continue reading

Exclusive: EU executive sees personal savings used to plug long-term financing gap

The savings of the European Union’s 500 million citizens could be used to fund long-term investments to boost the economy and help plug the gap left by banks since the financial crisis, an EU document says.

The EU is looking for ways to wean the 28-country bloc from its heavy reliance on bank financing and find other means of funding small companies, infrastructure projects and other investment. Continue reading

Berlin Group: EU Needs Army and Super-President

Another recent article by The Telegraph supporting this notion can be found here. Within the article, it states the following:

In a document released on Tuesday after a meeting between 11 foreign ministers in Warsaw, the bloc, which includes all the largest European countries outside Britain, charted a vision for the “future of Europe”.

As well as calling for a single, elected head of state for Europe, the bloc demanded a new defence policy, under the control of a new pan-EU foreign ministry commanded by Baroness Ashton, which “could eventually involve a European army“.

Still think it’s a rumor contrived and paranoia-driven fantasy on someone’s random blog? Reality would like to have a word with you. One might want to brush up on Daniel 7:23 — 24… Today’s jokes will become tomorrow’s law.

The European Union needs a radical transformation into a superstate, according to proposals laid out by the EU’s most enthusiastic members. The creation of a European army, a single European president and a European border police force were among their most striking recommendations.

Formed at Germany’s behest, the group of foreign ministers from 11 member states met throughout the year and published their conclusions September 17. Calling themselves “the Future of Europe Group,” and sometimes known as the “Berlin club” or “Berlin group,” their suggestions to create a super-president over the whole EU were the subject of the July Trumpet magazine’s cover article.

Full article: Berlin Group: EU Needs Army and Super-President (The Trumpet)